Anne Uebelacker Anne started calling in 1976 for a children's group and has progressed to call for all dancing levels from Basic to C3B. A strong "home" program for Squares Across the Border Monday through Thursday complements an equally busy traveling schedule on the weekends that may find her calling anywhere from Vancouver to Florida, Boston to San Francisco and across the miles to Japan and Europe. Some of her calling highlights she is really proud of are her calling assignments at the numerous IAGSDC Conventions in Canada and the United States, the Canadian Challenge Convention, the National Challenge Convention, and the Academy of Advanced and Challenge Enthusiasts.

Anne's relaxed style and easy listening voice have won her many square dance friends at all the dancing levels and from all corners of the world.

Anne was born and grew up in Peterborough, Ontario of Scottish parents and as a child Anne knew nothing of square dancing. After she finished high school her parents took square-dancing lessons. When a local Mainstream caller was having a weekend dancing campout that her parents were planning to attend, they invited Anne to come along to swim, enjoy the outdoors, or whatever since she had no specific plans for that weekend. It turned out that the dance was one dancer short of an additional square and Anne was drafted to fill in. After three days and a lot of push, pull, and shove, she was dancing (almost at Plus level) - and she was hooked! Anne then continued dancing at a local Mainstream club and enjoyed it immensely. She soon realized that there's a lot more to square dancing than she had ever dreamed, and thought, "This is for me!"

Anne resides in Auburn, Washington with her wife Mary Hutchinson and their four cats.